Darwin film "too controversial" for U.S. audiences

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Darwin film "too controversial" for U.S. audiences

Post by Generic » Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:53 pm

See this? THIS?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... erica.html

This is exactly what I've been complaining about for the last three months.

It's leading the Toronto Film Festival, and it's been picked up in just about every developed non-dictatorship country in the world... but distributors in the U.S. are still too worried that half their nation is too stupid to accept a set of facts accepted by the entire scientific community and rest of the freaking world because they think it contradicts a religion they follow blindly without even understanding anyway!

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Re: Darwin film "too controversial" for U.S. audiences

Post by Caravan Ray » Sun Sep 13, 2009 2:49 pm

Don't worry. It will probably be re-made as a dumbed-down version for the American market. Just like Life on Mars, The Office, Kath & Kim etc etc etc..... Maybe as a feel-good road movie where 2 those crazy mifits Darwin and Alfred Wallace (Adam Sandler and Rob Schnieder) take a madcap journey to discover the origins of life - but end up discovering themselves.....
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